This section is intended to be useful to a range of website visitors; from a Keystage 2/3 student, to their school teacher, but also containing some material that undergraduates will find helpful.
The Rock Cycle (KS3)
A web-resource aimed at UK KS3 science students, using animations and images to how surface and deep Earth processes produce the rocks we stand on, and use to build our homes.
Why does flooding happen? How do you mitigate the effects of flooding? Find out more about flooding with our collection of online resources from across our website.
What is a volcano? Where are they and why are they here? Find out more about volcanoes with our collection of online resources from across our website.
How do earthquakes happen? Where are they most likely to occur? How are they measured? A collection of resources relating to earthquakes from across our website.
A series of posters available to download for free - from plate tectonics to a geological timechart. Ideal for displaying in schools and classrooms.
A series of downloadable A4 (colour) information PDFs aimed at policy makers, journalists, teachers and students, each highlighting the way geoscientists' work benefits society.
A collection of lesson plans and links for Earth science classroom activities. Find out how to make a classroom volcano and how to introduce the rock cycle using chocolate!
Details of recommended geology textbooks for GCSE and A-level, along with specifications of exam boards.
Oh no, not rocks for dinner again! (KS2/3)
Information on how rocks are used for all our meals from crockery to cutlery, and how minerals are present in many of the things we eat and drink.
Sites that rock
The Geology Degrees website has compiled a list of 105 geological websites around the web, from informal blogs to journals.